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Antique Spotlight – Irish Beleek, Nippon, Noritake
Our final article in this series explores the history of the finest china from Ireland and Japan.
Antique Spotlight – Bavarian China
Comparable to Limoges in France and Staffordshire in England, Bavarian china showcases wares from the center of Germany’s pottery industry.
Antique Spotlight – Early China
Some of the earliest china exported to the United States included Gaudy Dutch, Adams, Victorian Chelsea, and Spatterware.
Antique Spotlight – Majolica
Majolica china is known for its boldly colored natural themes. People either love it or hate it!
Antique Spotlight – Wedgwood and Royal Doulton
Wedgwood and Royal Doulton are two of the most prominent Staffordshire china manufacturers.
Antique Spotlight – Staffordshire Pottery
Just like Limoges, Staffordshire refers to a region in England. Over the years, many different manufacturers have created beautiful china in Staffordshire
Antique Spotlight – Limoges China
Many people assume Limoges is a manufacturer of china. Did you know its NOT?
Marketing Ideas for Small Museums
It’s tough to get the word out about what you’re doing! Especially in this economy. Here are some suggestions to help publicize your museum.
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